Saturday, September 28, 2013

Holocaust 2013: Destroying Christians

Bee's note:  
September 11, 2001 - NYC
While reading Marshall Frank's report (below), it would be good to think about another "brilliant" declaration dreamed up by Obama.  He has declared the month of November to be "National Muslim Appreciation Month".  Let that sink in for a moment!  
Isn't it strange that he chooses November, the month Americans celebrate "Thanksgiving"?  Is that just a coincidence?!  Perhaps he thinks the Muslims came over in the Mayflower.  
One of my friends commented when we first heard this latest Obama "decree":
"For what am I to appreciate? Please let me know how they have helped me or anyone else that is an American citizen. How are they helping the United States in general or specifically? I really don't want to be biased, but ...."
Why doesn't Obama just go all the way and have September declared: "Apology Month to the Jihadists Attack on 9/11".  December can be "Adopt a Muslim Month".  January can be declared "Obama Appreciation Month".
Ok, now that you have the idea, make up your own list and submit to the White House.  
And now, let us read why the world and all non-Muslims should "appreciate" the Muslims:
Kenyan Mall Massacre

Written by Marshall Frank

The Religion of Peace continues to make their mark by murdering masses of innocent people in cold blood for not being Muslims, or worse, Egypt Church burning after attack 300pxfor being Christians and Jews. Sometimes, they kill their own innocent women and children because they aren’t the same ilk of Islam, Sunni vs Shiite. Oh yes, we’re only talking about a “few radicals” who “hijacked” Islam because the rest of the Islamic world are allegedly peaceful. Right? Those few radicals have amassed multi-millions of dead bodies over the centuries, and still counting while the rest of the Muslim world stands by mute.  Ho-hum.

One might ask, “What are the peaceful “moderate” Muslims doing about the so-called “hijacking? Where is their outcry? Where is their resistance to murder, jihad and anti-Christian and anti-Jewish discrimination?”
So, here’s the wrap-up for this past week:
Nairobi, Kenya. At the mall. 68 dead, 175 injured in a slaughter by a group of Islamic radicals who separated the non-Muslims from the Muslims before shooting people dead. Apparently, four of the terrorists are American bred.
81 Christians killed in a suicide bombing of a church in Peshawar, Pakistan.
90 people killed by a suicide bomber in Sadr City, Iraq, apparently targeting Shiites by Sunnis.
A sectarian suicide bomber kills a dozen more at a funeral in Baghdad
In all this past week, there have been 56 Jihad attacks around the world leaving 511 people killed and hundreds more injured. Just one week.
Can you imagine living in daily fear, as these people do? Constantly?
The Muslim Brotherhood, which has spearheaded the rebellious uprisings throughout the middle-east have made their stamp on the status of other religions…that are not Islamic.  Christians are on the run in Pakistan, Iraq, Egypt, Syria, Nigeria, Libya, and etc., with dozens of churches burned and hundreds killed in the last year just for being Christian.
Christian churches have also been desecrated by Muslims in Bosnia
Nigeria is considered the most dangerous country on earth if you are a Christian. More Christians have been killed by Muslims in Nigeria than all other countries combined in 2012.
The African nation of Mali is under siege by radical Muslims imposing Sharia law and killing by the hundreds and burning churches.
Christian churches are being burned in Indonesia, Ethiopia, India, and more, all by Muslims. It is a virtual holocaust, only this time it is being perpetrated by a global ideology, not an individual country. And if you think the churches (and synagogues) in Canada and the U.S. are not in the future crosshairs of Islamists, you must being living in a cave. It’s inevitable.
Time to wake up, folks.
Where is the voice of Christians in the western world? Where is the outrage?  Where is our “Christian” president on all these atrocities?  Hello??? I can’t hear you!
The president has been supportive of the Muslim Brotherhood in Libya, Egypt, Tunisia and now Syria, while mum about the Christian targets of Islamic terror.
Our president and members of our inept government on both sides of the aisle, have been supporting the despicable Muslim Brotherhood in the various conflicts, providing arms and money, citing atrocities by Assad and Mubarak and Ghadaffi, while ignoring the evil inhumanity being perpetrated by the Muslim Brotherhood all over the middle-east.
Bear in mind, the Muslim Brotherhood is the umbrella organization for thirty-one “accepted” power organizations that have infiltrated the U.S., including the ISNA, MSA, MOA, CAIR and 27 other splinter groups, all of whom have a powerful influence in our current White House, State Department, Justice Department, Homeland Security, Military, and elsewhere.  The Muslim Brotherhood was the training ground for Osama Bin Laden, which spawned al Qaeda, HAMAS and other terror groups.
And all we little people blather about is republicans versus democrats, while the ship sinks. Our country’s leadership bans the mention of Islam as a source of terror, in FBI and military training, under orders by our president.
What is happening around the world is a frightening omen for what’s on the horizon in the western world. It is bad, folks.  It will be even worse for our children’s children, if we don’t stand up against tyranny, even if they call it a religion.
Jihad is struggle for conquest. It has been that way for 1400 years.
Heads out of the sand, everyone. Follow the evidence and you’ll see the truth. Do not believe politicians.
Some readers dismiss Bill O’Reilly as a Fox News right-winger. Regardless, many of his commentaries are spot-on, one of the few news commentators willing to be politically incorrect, even if it means being honest. His commentary in the following link puts it together quite well, especially in the first three minutes.
The following is the link to which provides the daily, weekly and monthly tallies of Islam’s terror attacks around the world. If you care about this on-going horror story, it’s a source to keep up with. Mind boggling.
 Read about the carnage of Christians by Muslims around the world in this article:
Marshall Frank webThirty years of law enforcement in Miami, Florida, including sixteen years working homicide, gives Marshall Frank a huge reservoir from which to draw insights into the problems facing America today. After retiring from the Miami-Dade P.D. in 1990, Frank went on to become a writer, now with eight published books, five fiction and three non-fiction. His book "Militant Islam In America" was published after an exhaustive research study about the inroads that radicals are making within the borders of the U.S. He is currently working on a non-fiction book about the abominable criminal justice system. Book listings, prices and availability can be accessed at his web


Friday, September 27, 2013


Bee's note:  
As Ms. Geller notes, this week winds down on a terrible note.  Where do we begin to lists this week's "news" - news that never reaches the ears of most Americans, due to journalists and a media that swings through the motions of pretending to present the news, when it is merely repeating what the White House presents as the "gospel" truth.  
Ah, but Americans have caught on to the lies and propaganda of Obama.
Unfortunately, the world must sit in limbo, along with America, while each move Obama makes is another move that will bring disastrous consequences for all of us!
For instance, go back five years, to the issue of Iran.  How long did it take Obama to decide whether or not to place tougher sanctions on Iran?  I believe almost two years into his first term in Office.  And, sanctions, as we all know, didn't make a dent into Iran's rush to obtain that one goal - nuclear capabilities.
The Iranian people may have suffered due to sanctions, but what does that matter to Dictators?
Iran has managed to move "forward" (Obama's favorite word-"forward") with few setbacks.  Oh, there were a few, such as, the computer virus and a few scientists that just happened to blow up in the cars they were driving.  But, what's a few scientists' lives, compared to the end game?
Now, I have friends who explain that Iran would never bomb Israel; and some people - Obama's people/followers, actually think Iran just wants nuclear capabilities for "peaceful" purposes.
I have come to the conclusion that whatever Iran plans, and whatever politicians say, the truth is somewhere in-between; life is not what it appears to be, because none of us have "insider" information into the minds of madmen and Dictators.
No one denies that North Korea is led by a young leader who has that same ideology of his insane father; insanity runs in that family, for sure!  
So, today, when it was revealed that Obama reached out to the Iranian President Rouhani, I thought, who is more insane, Rouhani or Obama?

Mark Levin on CNN w/ Jake Tapper Bashes 'Serial Liar' Obama's '

Rouhani, the man responsible for the slaying of over 80 Jews in Argentina; in a country that helped fund 9/11 and the same country that is responsible for just about every terrorist organization in this world; a country that trains al Qaeda, the organization responsible for the deaths of over 7,000 American troops during the longest war in American history (and the list is ongoing) ...
This is the country, without any show of rehabilitation, that Obama reaches out to today, by simply picking up that "red" phone and dialing Iran.  (Do we still have a "red" phone in the Oval office?)
Diplomacy is a two-way street - give and take.  To-date, Iran has taken, but never offers anything in return.  They double-talk and draw imaginary circles in the sky, while hell bent on their mission to obtain the bomb.  
They continually make threats towards Israel and the West.  This is a country where their own citizens must walk carefully, or be hung in the middle of the square for some imaginary offense towards Islam.
Like North Korea, Iran will soon, or already has the bomb!
Red phones, red buttons, and a nuclear weapon are a dangerous combination for this world, when led by evil men with evil intentions.  Either Obama is clueless, or as Mark Levin believes, Obama is quite unstable and we're all going to suffer for the incompetency of this White House administration.
See: The White House has confirmed that President Obama and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani spoke on the phone today, marking the first top-level U.S.-Iranian contact since 1979.   United Against Nuclear Iran

Now, for Pamela Geller's latest report:  

by Pamela Geller
September 27, 2013

You have to wonder if Obama didn't call Rouhani today to congratulate Iran.
Not since 1979 has their been contact at this level, the first communication with Tehran since Carter. They attacked our embassy in '79, killed hundreds of our Marines in '83, and have been waging a war against us for decades. And Obama rewarded them today for what? For pursuing a rogue nuclear weapons program? He chased after them and after them after they snubbed him at the UN. Why? To what end?
A worker outside the Bushehr nuclear power plant in Iran (photo credit: AP/Vahid Salemi)
‘Iran already has a nuclear bomb,’ Israeli paper claims Times of Israel, September 27, 2013
Unnamed government analysts quoted by Maariv say Tehran has crossed all red lines and is already in possession of at least one nuclear weapon
Some Israeli government analysts believe Iran already has at least one nuclear bomb, an Israeli journalist wrote in an article published Friday.
Shalom Yerushalmi, writing in the national daily Maariv, said that “government security sources up to date on development in Iran,” told him recently that Tehran has crossed all points of no return and already has its first nuclear weapon, and maybe more.
The report marks the first time a government official has been quoted saying Iran already has a nuclear weapon. No sources in the piece were named.

The information, if true, would mark a major shift in international relations and would be a game changer in terms of a regional power balance.
“It’s too late for Israel [to prevent an Iranian bomb]. Iran has crossed all the borders and all the constraints, and it has a first nuclear bomb in its possession, and maybe more than that,” Yerushalmi writes, basing himself on what he says is the assessment he heard this week from state security sources. ”We are facing a historic change in the strategic balance of forces in the region.”
He then quotes a source who he says is deeply familiar with what he calls the relentless war against the Iranians. “This is no longer about how to prevent a bomb,” the source is quoted saying, “but about how to prevent its being launched, and what to do if and when.”
Yerushalmi, still basing himself on the anonymous security sources’ assessment, goes on to compare the current behavior of Iran’s Supreme leader Ali Khamenei, and new President Hasan Rouhani, in their interactions with the West, to a soccer coach at the end of a hard-fought match which he knows he has now won. The Iranian leadership is behaving with the air of “those who have achieved their target, and therefore can today afford to be more generous and to offer new (self-serving) messages.” The Iranian leadership can afford to be friendlier, he writes, “because victory has been secured.”
Maariv led its Friday paper with a photograph of a smiling Rouhani, alongside the headline, “What’s hiding behind the smile,” and a sub-headline quoting the security sources saying Iran now has “at least one bomb.” It then adds that most in the security establishment, however, still believe that this “nightmare scenario has not yet been realized.”
While most Western countries believe Iran’s nuclear program is intended for military purposes, officials in Israel, the US and elsewhere say Tehran has yet to “break out” toward a bomb, a process that could take over a year.
On Friday, Iranian and UN officials met to discuss whether to resume inspections meant to determine whether Tehran worked on atomic arms, in a test of pledges by Iran’s new president to reduce nuclear tensions.
Iranian envoy Reza Najafi said in Vienna that it would be unrealistic to expect that “in just one day of meeting we can solve our problems.”
Herman Nackaerts of the International Atomic Energy Agency said only that he hoped the meeting could “intensify the dialogue.”
The UN agency wants access to a site it suspects was used to test conventional explosive triggers meant to set off a nuclear blast.
A report released last month by the IAEA said that while Iran was testing new centrifuges, which could help it eventually create a nuclear weapon, its uranium stockpile was still below the amount needed for a bomb.
“It is unlikely, at this point, that Iran could dash toward further enrichment to weapons-grade without the IAEA detecting Tehran’s activities,” Reuters quoted the Arms Control Association, a Washington-based advocacy and research group.
Israel sees an Iranian nuclear weapon as an existential threat, and Jerusalem has campaigned vigorously around the world for heavy sanctions to be placed on Iran, with a threat of military action should those fail to stop the nuclear program.
Next week, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is due to deliver a speech at the United Nations during which he is expected to press for maintaining pressure on Iran despite a recent easing of tensions between Tehran and the West. In comments Tuesday, Netanyahu urged the world not to be “fooled” by Iran’s newly moderate rhetoric, which he said was a “smokescreen” to obscure its continued drive toward nuclear weapons.
“Israel would welcome a genuine diplomatic solution that truly dismantles Iran’s capacity to develop nuclear weapons,” Netanyahu said. “But we will not be fooled by half-measures that merely provide a smokescreen for Iran’s continual pursuit of nuclear weapons. And the world should not be fooled either.”

Al Qaeda Vs Kurds As Syria Rebels Descend Into Civil War Within Civil War

Posted on SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 Written by 

SYRIA-CRISIS-patSyrian rebels and al Qaeda-linked fighters clashed with Kurds in northern Syria on Thursday, activists said, in a battle for territory highlighting the country’s descent towards sectarian and ethnic fiefdoms after two years of war.
The heavy fighting in the town of Atma on the border with Turkey’s Hatay province followed outbreaks of internecine conflict by rival rebel forces elsewhere, which have undermined their military campaign to topple President Bashar al-Assad.
Even Assad’s Sunni Muslim Arab opponents look increasingly divided after 13 rebel groups this week rejected the authority of the opposition coalition in exile and called for new Islamist leadership.
At least 15 fighters have been killed in two days of clashes around Atma, activists said.
The fighting pits Syrian Kurds, alarmed by what they see as Islamist encroachment in northern Syria, against Arab rebels who suspect the Kurds of seeking secession.
Faced with what they see as a shared Kurdish threat, moderate Free Syrian Army rebels fought in Atma alongside the Islamic State for Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), an al Qaeda affiliate controlled by foreign jihadists, only a week after the two factions fought each other in another border town.

Seymour Hersh on Obama, NSA and the 'pathetic' American media

theguardian-media blog

Pulitzer Prize winner explains how to fix journalism, saying press should 'fire 90% of editors and promote ones you can't control'

Seymour Hersh
Seymour Hersh exposed the My Lai massacre during the Vietnam war, for 
which he won the Pulitzer Prize. Photograph: Wally McNamee/Corbis

Seymour Hersh has got some extreme ideas on how to fix journalism – close down the news bureaus of NBC and ABC, sack 90% of editors in publishing and get back to the fundamental job of journalists which, he says, is to be an outsider.
It doesn't take much to fire up Hersh, the investigative journalist who has been the nemesis of US presidents since the 1960s and who was once described by the Republican party as "the closest thing American journalism has to a terrorist".
He is angry about the timidity of journalists in America, their failure to challenge the White House and be an unpopular messenger of truth.
Don't even get him started on the New York Times which, he says, spends "so much more time carrying water for Obama than I ever thought they would" – or the death of Osama bin Laden. "Nothing's been done about that story, it's one big lie, not one word of it is true," he says of the dramatic US Navy Seals raid in 2011.
Hersh is writing a book about national security and has devoted a chapter to the bin Laden killing. He says a recent report put out by an "independent" Pakistani commission about life in the Abottabad compound in which Bin Laden was holed up would not stand up to scrutiny. "The Pakistanis put out a report, don't get me going on it. Let's put it this way, it was done with considerable American input. It's a bullshit report," he says hinting of revelations to come in his book.
The Obama administration lies systematically, he claims, yet none of the leviathans of American media, the TV networks or big print titles, challenge him.
"It's pathetic, they are more than obsequious, they are afraid to pick on this guy [Obama]," he declares in an interview with the Guardian.
"It used to be when you were in a situation when something very dramatic happened, the president and the minions around the president had control of the narrative, you would pretty much know they would do the best they could to tell the story straight. Now that doesn't happen any more. Now they take advantage of something like that and they work out how to re-elect the president.
He isn't even sure if the recent revelations about the depth and breadth of surveillance by the National Security Agency will have a lasting effect.

Snowden changed the debate on surveillance

He is certain that NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden "changed the whole nature of the debate" about surveillance. Hersh says he and other journalists had written about surveillance, but Snowden was significant because he provided documentary evidence – although he is sceptical about whether the revelations will change the US government's policy.
"Duncan Campbell [the British investigative journalist who broke the Zircon cover-up story], James Bamford [US journalist] and Julian Assange and me and the New Yorker, we've all written the notion there's constant surveillance, but he [Snowden] produced a document and that changed the whole nature of the debate, it's real now," Hersh says.
"Editors love documents. Chicken-shit editors who wouldn't touch stories like that, they love documents, so he changed the whole ball game," he adds, before qualifying his remarks.
"But I don't know if it's going to mean anything in the long [run] because the polls I see in America – the president can still say to voters 'al-Qaida, al-Qaida' and the public will vote two to one for this kind of surveillance, which is so idiotic," he says.
Holding court to a packed audience at City University in London's summer school on investigative journalism, 76-year-old Hersh is on full throttle, a whirlwind of amazing stories of how journalism used to be; how he exposed the My Lai massacre in Vietnam, how he got the Abu Ghraib pictures of American soldiers brutalising Iraqi prisoners, and what he thinks of Edward Snowden.

Hope of redemption

Despite his concern about the timidity of journalism he believes the trade still offers hope of redemption.
"I have this sort of heuristic view that journalism, we possibly offer hope because the world is clearly run by total nincompoops more than ever … Not that journalism is always wonderful, it's not, but at least we offer some way out, some integrity."
His story of how he uncovered the My Lai atrocity is one of old-fashioned shoe-leather journalism and doggedness. Back in 1969, he got a tip about a 26-year-old platoon leader, William Calley, who had been charged by the army with alleged mass murder.
Instead of picking up the phone to a press officer, he got into his car and started looking for him in the army camp of Fort Benning in Georgia, where he heard he had been detained. From door to door he searched the vast compound, sometimes blagging his way, marching up to the reception, slamming his fist on the table and shouting: "Sergeant, I want Calley out now."
Eventually his efforts paid off with his first story appearing in the St Louis Post-Despatch, which was then syndicated across America and eventually earned him the Pulitzer Prize. "I did five stories. I charged $100 for the first, by the end the [New York] Times were paying $5,000."
He was hired by the New York Times to follow up the Watergate scandal and ended up hounding Nixon over Cambodia. Almost 30 years later, Hersh made global headlines all over again with his exposure of the abuse of Iraqi prisoners at Abu Ghraib.

Put in the hours

For students of journalism his message is put the miles and the hours in. He knew about Abu Ghraib five months before he could write about it, having been tipped off by a senior Iraqi army officer who risked his own life by coming out of Baghdad to Damascus to tell him how prisoners had been writing to their families asking them to come and kill them because they had been "despoiled".
"I went five months looking for a document, because without a document, there's nothing there, it doesn't go anywhere."
Hersh returns to US president Barack Obama. He has said before that the confidence of the US press to challenge the US government collapsed post 9/11, but he is adamant that Obama is worse than Bush.
"Do you think Obama's been judged by any rational standards? Has Guantanamo closed? Is a war over? Is anyone paying any attention to Iraq? Is he seriously talking about going into Syria? We are not doing so well in the 80 wars we are in right now, what the hell does he want to go into another one for. What's going on [with journalists]?" he asks.
He says investigative journalism in the US is being killed by the crisis of confidence, lack of resources and a misguided notion of what the job entails.
"Too much of it seems to me is looking for prizes. It's journalism looking for the Pulitzer Prize," he adds. "It's a packaged journalism, so you pick a target like – I don't mean to diminish because anyone who does it works hard – but are railway crossings safe and stuff like that, that's a serious issue but there are other issues too.
"Like killing people, how does [Obama] get away with the drone programme, why aren't we doing more? How does he justify it? What's the intelligence? Why don't we find out how good or bad this policy is? Why do newspapers constantly cite the two or three groups that monitor drone killings. Why don't we do our own work?
"Our job is to find out ourselves, our job is not just to say – here's a debate' our job is to go beyond the debate and find out who's right and who's wrong about issues. That doesn't happen enough. It costs money, it costs time, it jeopardises, it raises risks. There are some people – the New York Times still has investigative journalists but they do much more of carrying water for the president than I ever thought they would … it's like you don't dare be an outsider any more."
He says in some ways President George Bush's administration was easier to write about. "The Bush era, I felt it was much easier to be critical than it is [of] Obama. Much more difficult in the Obama era," he said.
Asked what the solution is Hersh warms to his theme that most editors are pusillanimous and should be fired.

Mark Levin: "I Think Obama Is Unstable" (Part 1-2 videos)

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Americans have had Obama's lies, propaganda and more lies shoved down our throats, along with his "Obamacare" and obsession with Islamists and Muslim Brotherhood affiliates long enough!  Tonight, it's Mark Levin's turn; one of a few men in this country with the knowledge and courage to call attention to the man sitting in our White House, who just happens to be "unstable".

Then, ask yourselves, isn't there a law in the Constitution whereby a President can and shall be removed for instability, mental health issues, and/or the inabilty to lead our nation?  

Crazy Question: Should the U.S. military ever be used to help radial jihadists?

Islamic Terror Groups Killing Christians All Over The World And Obama Wants Us To Ally With Them

Published on Tuesday, 24 September 2013 05:21

Over the past couple of days, we have witnessed some absolutely horrific examples of Islamic terror groups specifically targeting Christians Terror Watchand those from other non-Muslim religions.  Sadly, this is not a new phenomenon.  Radical Islamic jihadists are constantly attacking churches and slaughtering Christians all over the planet.

The recent events in Pakistan, Kenya and Egypt may have taken this persecution to a new level, but this is just the continuation of a trend that has been building for years.  Unfortunately, Barack Obama does not seem too concerned about Islamic terrorism.

In fact, he specifically directed that “all references to Islam” be removed from terrorism training materials that the federal government uses.  If that wasn’t bad enough, now Obama is actually supplying weapons to the radical jihadist rebels that want to take over Syria, and he appears to be very ready to use the U.S. military to attack the Assad regime directly if “negotiations” with the Syrian government fail. 
In essence, Obama wants the United States to be allies with psychotic jihadists that have the exact same radical philosophy that those who are killing Christians in Pakistan, Kenya and Egypt have.
Is Obama insane?
In Pakistan, the Taliban (a very close cousin of al-Qaeda) has already claimed responsibility for the worst church bombing in the history of that nation.  The attack left 85 dead and nearly twice that many wounded.  To say that this was a horrific attack would be a massive understatement…
The attack on All Saints Church, which also wounded 140 people, underlines the threat posed by the Pakistani Taliban at a time when the government is seeking a peace deal with the militants.
The attack occurred as hundreds of worshippers were coming out of the church in the city’s Kohati Gate district after services to get a free meal of rice.
‘There were blasts and there was hell for all of us,’ said Nazir John, who was at the church with at least 400 other worshippers.
‘When I got my senses back, I found nothing but smoke, dust, blood and screaming people. I saw severed body parts and blood all around.’
Who would do something like that?
In Kenya, a team of Al-Shabaab gunmen stormed a shopping mall in Nairobi and murdered at least 62 people.
What makes that attack even more disturbing is that the terrorists specifically targeted non-Muslims.
In fact, hostages were given a test by the terrorists to determine whether or not they were actually Muslims.  Those that failed the test were executed
The reason the Islamists targeted the Westgate shopping centre was clear from the moment they stormed inside brandishing AK-47s and grenades. Anyone who was not a Muslim, or could not prove that they were, was immediately targeted. Reports from separate floors of the building in the first hours of the assault told how the attackers, speaking rough Swahili and English, shouted at Muslims to identify themselves.
Many people came forward. They were ordered to speak in Arabic, or to recite a verse from the Koran, or to name the Prophet Mohammed’s mother. Those who passed this test were allowed to flee. Those that did not were executed, including children.
You can find some very graphic pictures of the attack right here.
Are you starting to understand why I use words such as “psychotic” to describe these terrorists?
And all over the world these radical jihadists seem to have a particular hatred for Christians.
Just consider what has happened in Egypt over the past few months.  After the Egyptian military removed the Muslim Brotherhood from power, radical Islamists responded by destroying more than 80 Christian churches
On July 4th, the day after the Egyptian military liberated the nation of Muslim Brotherhood rule, Christian Copts were immediately scapegoated and targeted.  All Islamist leaders—from Brotherhood supreme leader Muhammad Badi, to Egyptian-born al-Qaeda leader Ayman Zawahiri, to top Sunni cleric Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi—made it a point to single out Egypt’s Copts as being especially instrumental in the ousting of former Islamist president Morsi, ushering in a month of pogroms against the nation’s Christian minority.
Among other things in July, unprecedented numbers of Christian churches were attacked, plundered, desecrated, and torched.  According to one Egyptian human rights lawyer, “82 churches, many of which were from the 5th century, were attacked by pro-Morsi supporters in just two days.” Al-Qaeda’s flag was raised above some churches; anti-Christian graffiti littered the sides of other churches and Coptic homes.  Due to extreme anti-Christian sentiment, many churches ceased holding worship services until recently.  Dozens of Coptic homes and businesses were also attacked, looted, and torched.
Should the U.S. military ever be used to help radial jihadists that would commit such horrible acts?
That is such a crazy question that you would think that nobody would ever have to ask such a thing.
Unfortunately, that is exactly what Barack Obama wants to do.
In Syria, radical jihadists are doing all of the same kinds of things that you just read about.  As I have written about on numerous occasions, the Syrian “rebels” are savagely killing Christiansrepeatedly using chemical weapons and dismembering little girls.
In a previous article, I included eyewitness testimony from a Christian missionary who explained what happens when the “rebels” take over a Christian area in Syria…
“The Christian residents were offered four choices: 1. renounce the ‘idolatry’ of Christianity and convert to Islam; 2. pay a heavy tribute to the Muslims for the privilege of keeping their heads and their Christian faith (this tribute is known as jizya); 3. be killed; 4. flee for their lives, leaving all their belongings behind.”
And now this sick philosophy is even rubbing off on little children.  In the Syrian town of Ras al-Ayn, children were recently filmed pretending to behead their enemies while shouting Allahu Akbar.
What kind of place will Syria become if Obama is successful and the Assad regime is removed?
Will it become a jihadist paradise where Christians and all other non-Muslims are systematically exiled or exterminated?
These jihadists are a cancer, and Obama seems absolutely determined to help that cancer spread in Syria and beyond.
What in the world is he thinking?